In the midst of a global pandemic, civil unrest, and even murder hornets, Christian Music powerhouse Natasha Owens is delivering some much needed Christmas cheer a little early with her new music video, "Too Much Christmas" - directed by Max Hsu (Newsboys, Danny Gokey, Unspoken).
After a five-year hiatus, Natalie Grant is back with her much anticipated new Curb Release "No Stranger." Vocally, Grant has not lost an iota of her powerhouse greatness. She is still one of the few CCM artists who can emote with both verve and vulnerability.
REVERE is a creation of Integrity music to recapture the intimacy of corporate worship. The emphasis here is on the corporateness of worship. Every song on this 16-track list (of which there are 12 song; a couple of prayers and reprisals) is made for God's people to sing with the aim of drawing close to our loving Savior together.
Church leader, speaker, community advocate, and acclaimed hip-hop artist Legin returns with In This Moment, a personal and passionate musical response to racial injustice, political divisiveness, and disunity in the country.
World-renowned Middle East expert and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Hormoz Shariat has just released his new book IRAN'S GREAT AWAKENING: How God is Using a Muslim Convert to Spark Revival (VOM Books).
Minneapolis-based husband/wife folk-pop duo Him + Her Worship have just released their new album Even in the Dark. Grounded in the assurance of God's steadfast love throughout life's deepest valleys and highest peaks, the project was written, recorded and produced by Him + Her Worship's Seth and Jenna Herlich.
In response to the chaos and turbulence seen across our nation, Harvest Sound International announced their 24 hour livestream event "Pure River at the Ryman". The 24 hour event will be livestreamed live from the historic Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville over the course of 2 days, September 21-22, 2020.
Though there is only one new song in the oeuvre (the title cut "Oh How You Love"), yet there's something about this 9-song record that grabs you from the beginning right to the end.
Would you describe your walk with God as fresh, passionate, vibrant and full of life? Or would you consider it to be stagnant? No matter where you are on your walk, that's exactly where God promises to meet you-even if it's messy. Sharing his own story of spiritual drifting in his new book, Start Where You Are (Baker Books; September 1), popular online pastor Rashawn Copeland encourages you to accept yourself as a glorious work-in-progress, a beloved child in whom God delights and a person on the brink of revival.
Writing worship songs is like entering into a conversation: God and the writer need to have a chance to speak. Unfortunately with Y&F, they have dominated the conversation far too much that God and his Word don't get much of a say.
The Collingsworth Family's "Worship from Home" is made for these times, yet it is so timeless.
If you like worship music that has sliver of ruggedness and rawness, then Bethel Music's Brandon Lake's debut album "House of Miracles" is right up your alley.
Worship music veteran Darlene Zschech has teamed up with Saddleback Worship to record a new version of her signature hit "Shout to the Lord."
Grammy nominated singer, songwriter, musician, Ayiesha Woods, is generating excitement for her fans with the release of her new single, "Family," and the accompanying music video.
A little faith goes a long way. After spending most of his life under his manipulative mother, a reluctant faith healer comes to learn that some of the best things in life are the EVERYDAY MIRACLES. The inspirational film stars acting veteran Gary Cole (VEEP, Entourage), along with Erik Smith (A Walk to Remember) and Zoe Perry (Young Sheldon). Written and directed by Marty Madden (Musical Chairs), the film is available September 1 On Demand, Digital & DVD.